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Dorstone

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Handmade by Charlie Westhead and Haydn Roberts in Herefordshire. This very special little goat's cheese has a beautiful ash covered rind with mottled white mould, and a creamy almost mousse-like consistency.

Perfect with Bacchus, or a vin gris.

PLEASE NOTE: IF THIS CHEESE IS NOT AVAILABLE, WE WILL FIND A SUITABLE REPLACEMENT

Country of Origin:England
Style of Cheese:Aged Fresh
Milk:Goat
Vegetarian:No
Unpasteurised:Yes

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